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MRT Early Closure: Serangoon – Punggol (22 – 23 Feb)

February 22 @ 11:00 PM - February 24 @ 1:30 AM UTC+8

Serangoon MRT Station - NEL Platform level

Shorter operating hours along the North East Line (NEL) between Serangoon and Punggol will take place on selected Fridays & Saturdays between 4 January 2019 – 2 March 2019 to facilitate additional engineering hours to accelerate maintenance works, such as the replacement of rail crossing and track, and renewing parts of the power and signalling systems. This will involve early closures along the NEL.

Affected Train Stations

Train services between Serangoon – Punggol on the North East Line will:

  • End earlier at around 11.00pm on Friday, 22 February 2019 & Saturday, 23 February 2019

Find out more (including affected train timings) at Early Closure of North East Line (January – March 2019)

Train Service will operate between NE1CC29 HarbourFront and NE12CC13 Serangoon at around 9-minute intervals during the periods of closure.

A Shuttle Bus Service will be available:

There will also be extended operating hours for:

  • Selected bus services from Hougang & Punggol
  • Train service on the North East Line (Southbound) from Serangoon to HarbourFront
  • Train service on Sengkang LRT and Punggol LRT

More Details: Early Closure of North East Line (January – March 2019)

North East Line (NEL) Early Closure (January - March 2019)
North East Line (NEL) Early Closure (January – March 2019)

 

Details

Start:
February 22 @ 11:00 PM
End:
February 24 @ 1:30 AM
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One thought on “MRT Early Closure: Serangoon – Punggol (22 – 23 Feb)

  • 23 February 2019 at 11:40 PM
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    I’m on the shuttle service from Serangoon to Punggol as I leave this comment. I was reminded of the early closure while I was on the NEL earlier and had to alight at Serangoon with the rest of the commuters. I thought the entire transit from Serangoon station to boarding of the shuttle was executed well by LTA and relevant staffs. There were plenty of directional signages and proactive ushering staff to help move the crowd move along. There was a good number of shuttle buses deployed for the weekend peak crowd and no need for commuters to be packed in the buses like sardines. There were also staff deployed at all shuttle bus stations to facilitate the event.
    Thumbs up to the relevant departments in charge.

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